The minutiae of daily life leave us lost at milestones.
Engaging with the outside world is difficult but necessary for college students.
Republican budget cuts reek of cocaine and hypocrisy.
Students are simultaneously expected to explore and already be found during college.
On an internet that is beginning to phase out anonymity, care must be taken when assuming identity.
Information that strays too far from its source loses nutritional value.
Freenters hack shows how radicalism is self-defeating.
Long-term reforms that European Central Bank implemented recently focus on building lender confidence—at a cost.
A truly liberal stance allows for the expression of all perspectives, even conservative ones.
John F. Kennedy’s legacy should extend beyond his assassination.
Both the IOP and students could benefit from easier access to speaker events.
A few things to keep in mind this Thanksgiving.
More opportunities to learn computer skills benefit students, regardless of major.
Development on 53rd Street will best succeed by supporting both new and old businesses.
Racial profiling questions at UCPD Leadership Conversation stress opportunity for community meetings.
Committee on Dissent and Protest must urge explicit UCPD policies that align with University philosophy.
Student body could benefit from a stronger athletics culture on campus.
Current changes to NightRide are the beginning of a more comprehensive solution.
Opt-in crime alert system would allow individuals to remain aware without inundating inboxes.
Leadership Conversations should respond to student concerns and build upon one another.
Displays of vulnerability—even anonymously—can be a crucial part of dealing with an eating disorder.
President and CEO of Hillel seems to misunderstand stance.
Katz’s new article confuses criticism with censure.
Member of the Coalition for Equitable Policing responds to last week’s UCPD Leadership Conversation.
Mainstream LGBTQ movement overlooks other important issues in emphasizing marriage equality.
In her November 26th piece, “What It Means To Be Pro-Israel,” Daniela Tolchinsky completely flubs what it actually means to be pro-Israel. In keeping with her status as a J Street UChicago board member, Tolchinsky proffers a left-wing approach to…
A few summers ago, I worked at a major LGBTQ organization. I understand many people’s concerns about these sorts of organizations. We do need to continue to hold these organizations accountable, but that does not mean that they are not…
Eliora Katz’s article in the November 8 issue of the Maroon gives an excellent defense of virtue’s place in an all-too–licentious environment. Nevertheless, she makes a misstep by citing Kate Taylor’s atrocious New York Times article about “hookup culture” at…
Anastasia Golovashkina’s point about the danger of an over-simplified economics curriculum (“Contextualizing Curriculum” 10/29/13) is well-taken. However, it sounds to me like she is describing the way economics is taught elsewhere: poorly. When I majored in economics at the University…
I was shocked to read Anastasia Golovashkina’s October 29 article “Contextualizing Curriculum.” It seems she doesn’t understand what I was taught on the first day of every single one of my economics classes at this University: that economics is a…